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(A presentation from Red Hat Summit) There's a lot of work behind the scenes to support the CentOS community. In this presentation, we'll learn a little about CentOS community buildsystems and infrastructure.

(A presentation from Red Hat Summit) The CentOS PaaS SIG builds, tests, and delivers CentOS packages for platform as a service software. In this talk, we learn specifically about the work on OKD (OpenShift Origin Kubernetes Distribution).

Adapting to AppStreams: Delivering the Datto Linux Agent for RHEL 8, with Neal Gompa (A presentation from Red Hat Summit)

(A presentation from Red Hat Summit) Migration to RHEL Converting RHEL-like systems to RHEL with convert2rhel See also https://www.redhat.com/en/blog/convert2rhel-how-update-rhel-systems-place-subscribe-rhel https://github.com/oamg/convert2rhel

(A presentation from Red Hat Summit) Special Interest Groups (SIG) are smaller groups within the CentOS community that focus on a small set of issues, in order to either create awareness or to focus on development along a specific topic. CentOS Community Manager Rich Bowen talks a little about what that means.

(A presentation from Red Hat Summit) In this video, we walk through the CentOS Stream contribution workflow, with an example contribution See also https://youtu.be/Si7mHbMefiQ for a quick overview of the contribution model. See http://centos.org/stream for more information about CentOS Stream  

(A presentation from Red Hat Summit) CentOS Stream is a rolling preview of the next minor version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), allowing you to try it out, and contribute changes into the RHEL development process. Carl George gives a brief overview of how that contribution model works. See also https://youtu.be/UA5QCqwma7Y for a walkthrough […]

(A presentation from Red Hat Summit) CentOS Stream is a release from the CentOS Project. It’s an effort, along with the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) engineering team, to increase transparency and collaboration around the RHEL development process. This video gives a little more detail about the what, why, and how of CentOS Stream

A presentation from Red Hat Summit: Community member Karsten Wade gives a quick overview of what the CentOS Project is.

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